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New Geordie Shore spin-off show Geordie More will bring back old favourites

Victims of the great 2018 Geordie Shore cast cull will be back on screen

New Geordie Shore spin-off show Geordie More will bring back old favourites
Sophie will be one of the Geordie Shore stalwarts coming back for more (Image: PA)

Good news if you liked Geordie Shore. There’s a new show coming soon called Geordie More and it’s… more Geordie Shore.

Gaz Beadle, Marnie Simpson, Sophie Kasaei and Aaron Chalmers are among the old Geordie Shore favourites coming back to give fans an idea of what they’ve been getting up to since they left the show.

The Sun quotes a source form the production as saying: "MTV bosses wanted to give Geordie Shore fans an update about their favourite stars so have created a spin off.

"The show will follow the stars in their lives now and update fans on what they're doing.

"Marnie is running her beauty empire and Gaz is a first-time dad – so there's plenty to talk about.

Marnie is very present on Instagram (Image: marns/Instagram)

Meanwhile Aaron Chalmers is four fights into a mixed martial arts career and is already planning a move into wrestling. he says "The plan is to be fully retired by 40 with a good MMA career behind me and a good wrestling career behind me and then I can sit back and say, 'Look, I’ve done the best I can possibly do.’"

Aaron Chalmers swapped Geordie Shore for MMA (Image: MTV)

Marnie has put much of her energy into her Instagram following, where she has a full-time job keepoing her followers straight on all her piercings. She says "I'm sick of everyone talking about my piercings. It's not hair, it's not spots, I've got two dermal piercings,"

"Can people stop DMing me that I've spots or holes down there.

"If you see a picture and you're a bit confused I hope I've cleared that up for you.”

MTV have yet to announce a precise start date for Geordie More.

for us too! 'Egg-cited' for this next chapter in our lives.... Now , can everyone leave me alone and go back to staring at an egg.”

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